Researchers at the University of California, Riverside and Purdue University have used the mantis shrimp as inspiration for a new 3D printed material. The crustacean’s club-like appendage, used to beat prey, consists of an unusual herringbone pattern, which the researchers synthetically replicated.
Anglia Ruskin has become the first university in the UK to offer a dedicated Additive Manufacturing postgraduate course. The MSc, available to graduates from a range of STEM backgrounds, is being supported by a grant from the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE).
Finnish designer and pioneer of 3D printing design, Janne Kyttanen, has announced that he will be leaving the 3D printing industry to launch a new venture capital fund that will effectively conceive of and launch new design tech startups.
Japanese firm 3D MEDiA Co has secured $10 million in its latest round of funding to help it perfect its 3D robot vision system for …
Stamford, Connecticut-based materials company Hexcel has just announced that it has made a significant and strategic investment into Oxford Performance Materials (OPM). The investment marks a new partnership between Hexcel and OPM, a leader in advanced materials and additive manufacturing.
Onshape, the collaborative, cloud-based 3D CAD system, has released FeatureScript, a new open programming language that lets users create and modify parametric features. The language can be used to create 3D printing-specific functions, such as internal geometry modifiers.
Two of the most prominent and respected technological innovators in the Netherlands have joined forces to launch a 3D printing knowledge center that is intended to become a European leader for 3D printing innovation and market growth.
During the weekend, I walked around the convention floor at London Comic Con talking to some very talented cosplayers. The amount of creativity and skill …
A robotics designer has created a 3D printed walking robot that mimics human gait and can express distinct moods, from confidence to depression, via it’s body language.
Als April Scherz hat formlabs ein Resin vorgestellt welches wenn man es reibt nach bestimmten Düften riecht. Eine Material Ingenieurin, namens Rachel Davis hat gemeinsam mit Craig Davis eine Mischung gefunden um das Clear Resin von formlabs einzufärben und Duftstoffe hinzuzufügen. Die Mischung ist 200ml Clear Resin, 0,2g Epoxy Färbemittel und 5ml Duftöl. Auf der Homepage
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